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    Who to contact about proposing Rally site?

    In Lexington, KY we have the Kentucky Horse Park. They recently hosted the World Equestrian Games and welcomed over 9,000 visitors. I'd like to propose this as a future site for the National Rally. Does anyone have a point of contact within the MOA to ask about details for proposing site?

    Thank you for the help!
    Daryl
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    You can send an email to rallysearch@bmwmoa.org and that will connect you with the appropriate committee.
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    Looks like 197 miles from home. I vote “yes”!

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    Keep in mind there's a rotation - please refer to https://www.bmwmoa.org/news/news.asp?id=396758. Next year's rally is in the West zone, so 2021 will be in Central. The 50th rally in '22 will be back in the East zone, which does indeed include Kentucky!

    I'll be advocating to have the '22 rally in Richmond, VA, which is where I live We have a couple of great facilities available, including a state fairground and a big ol' NASCAR track, which is complete with a whole bunch of other stuff like parking lots, campgrounds and outbuildings.

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    How about Asheville NC when the East comes back. The Western NC Agricultural Center (similar in size and build to the site in Lebanon) is right off I26 and almost walking distance to the big Sierra Nevada Brewery !
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    Quote Originally Posted by krazyhank View Post
    How about Asheville NC when the East comes back. The Western NC Agricultural Center (similar in size and build to the site in Lebanon) is right off I26 and almost walking distance to the big Sierra Nevada Brewery !
    Looks like it's close to the airport. Depending on the amount of flight traffic that could be problematic. I'd love to see a Rally in NC though. Great roads and friendly people!
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    Quote Originally Posted by krazyhank View Post
    How about Asheville NC when the East comes back. The Western NC Agricultural Center (similar in size and build to the site in Lebanon) is right off I26 and almost walking distance to the big Sierra Nevada Brewery !
    Yes, please!

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